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2023.05.31 00:03 RodL1982 Help - what is this? Located over Montgomery Al

Help - what is this? Located over Montgomery Al
My wife saw this in the sky on 5/27/23
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2023.05.30 15:17 IMPERIAL-COMPLETIST Widespread Panic & Gov't Mule - Feelin' Alright (Live 1997, The Civic, Montgomery, AL, July 20)

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2023.05.30 14:54 IMPERIAL-COMPLETIST Widespread Panic & Gov't Mule - Feelin' Alright (Live 1997, The Civic, Montgomery, AL, July 20)

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2023.05.30 14:50 IMPERIAL-COMPLETIST Widespread Panic & Gov't Mule - Feelin' Alright (Live 1997, The Civic, Montgomery, AL, July 20)

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2023.05.30 14:49 IMPERIAL-COMPLETIST Widespread Panic & Gov't Mule - Feelin' Alright (Live 1997, The Civic, Montgomery, AL, July 20)

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2023.05.30 14:49 IMPERIAL-COMPLETIST Widespread Panic & Gov't Mule - Feelin' Alright (Live 1997, The Civic, Montgomery, AL, July 20)

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2023.05.30 14:48 IMPERIAL-COMPLETIST Widespread Panic & Gov't Mule - Feelin' Alright (Live 1997, The Civic, Montgomery, AL, July 20)

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2023.05.30 14:48 IMPERIAL-COMPLETIST Widespread Panic & Gov't Mule - Feelin' Alright (Live 1997, The Civic, Montgomery, AL, July 20)

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2023.05.30 00:21 Avalanche3124 Gunnar Henderson Bowman Paper /250 FS

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2023.05.29 15:00 stonescoldtakes NFL Update: 05/22/2023 - 05/28/2023 - OTAs are Back!!!

— Individual Team News + Stone’s Cold Takes
— Miscellaneous/Other NFL News
— Restaurant of the Week - Washington D.C.
Arizona Cardinals:
After some decent news the last couple weeks for this organization there wasn’t really anything great from this week besides maybe the fact that if WR DeAndre Hopkins was a distraction to the team he now no longer is one. It will be interesting to see how things play out this year.
Atlanta Falcons:
It sounds like the situation with Keith Smith should get resolved rather quickly and was more of a misunderstanding than anything else. It will be fun for this young team to have joint practices with Miami and it will be a good way for their defense to get an initial test from an elite offense. I am sure the Dolphins won’t reveal all of their tricks but either way they will have to worry about guarding an elite offense with elite playmakers.
Baltimore Ravens:
It is crazy to think about how just about a month ago the news around the Ravens was all negative and that it seemed like the relationship with Lamar was fractured. Now here we are and Lamar seems about as happy as can be and is excited about the offense that is being installed under new OC Todd Monken. It will be exciting for him as well to have WR Rashod Bateman back who I still think can be a key playmaker on the team. It appears the Ravens could be set for big things even in a tough division.
Buffalo Bills:
Great to see the that S Damar Hamlin was back out practicing. I know it has been some time since his collapse on the field but it still feels like yesterday that I was watching that game in complete shock at what I had witnessed and worry for him and his family. WR Stefon Diggs being absent at OTAs is not a big deal to me. QB Josh Allen has a lot of other guys he needs to get familiar and work in with anyways and a lot of star players don’t attend OTAs to either get rest/recovery or to do their own workouts with their private coaches. I imagine he and Kincaid will be deadly this year and who knows they may even have WR DeAndre Hopkins joining them as the Bills were one of two teams that inquired and had talks about a trade for him.
Carolina Panthers:
Not too much news here other than what we saw and heard from OTAs about Bryce Young getting to take most of the 1st team reps. It appears that he looked good and his teammates were saying great things about him. It is tough to judge any quarterback though in the offseason because no matter what folks always say their young or new quarterback is looking amazing and things are progressing nicely. I will say though I have heard the most good things coming out from camps about him and Anthony Richardson of the Colts.
Chicago Bears:
Good news for Chicago fans who are excited for their move. It seems that things are proceeding nicely with the process of moving to a new stadium. Also, great to hear that Chase Claypool may be able to make more of a difference this year. It would be hard to be less effective than what he was last year for this team. I still believe he can be a major impact player like many expected him to be when he entered the league. It will be key for him to become Fields’ go to receiver over some of the other talent they have on the team.
Cincinnati Bengals:
This team has a lot to do in terms of contracts that they need to get figured out. The team view Tee Higgins in very high regard and so does Joe Burrow as they should. They also really want to get Logan Wilson signed. However, what will come out to being the biggest of the contracts they do this offseason is that of Joe Burrow. What will continue to make things tough here is the longer it takes for Justin Hebert to get his deal done because Burrow will likely be the last of the 4 quarterbacks to sign his because it is presumed he will get the most money and has an agent who like to wait til the last minute.
Cleveland Browns:
All good news for Browns fans so far. The team is looking good and their appears to be a lot of good vibes coming out of practice. WR DeAndre Hopkins is even considering coming to Cleveland for the chance to play with his old QB. Also, WR Elijah Moore is looking crisp and at least for the moment it appears he is much happier. It will all depend on if he actually gets the ball thrown to him during the season though.
Dallas Cowboys:
Not too much news here which is good for this franchise because they are almost always the center of attention. The main thing I took away from this week was just that things seems to be going well with McCarthy and Dak working together on the offense but that there have been some growing pains at least initially getting used to new systems as expected.
Denver Broncos:
It appeared to shock just about everyone when the news broke about K Brandon McManus getting released because he had become a fan favorite over the years in Denver. QB Russell Wilson has lost a lot of weight and it is evident just from seeing him this offseason. I didn’t think his weight was the issue hindering him last year but hopefully he can feel he is playing at a healthier weight. What I think most Denver fans were excited to see was RB Javonte Williams back on the practice field. He is going to end up being the real difference maker this year and whether this team competes with the top of the AFC or not will largely depend on him making the rest of the offense’s life easy or not.
Detroit Lions:
A lot of news here. Let’s start with the bad news. It appears that they may be having more penalties come down on their team/players due to the league’s gambling policy as their is an ongoing investigation into a 5th player from the team. Also, David Montgomery and Malcolm Rodriguez left the field with injuries. It is still early though and they appear to be minor injuries so hopefully it won’t affect them in the long term. Now some good news. It sounds like WR Jameson Williams is progressing nicely and the team got a new kicker in Riley Patterson from the Jaguars who should help the improve there. Lastly and maybe the biggest news is that Calvin “Megatron” Johnson was at OTAs hanging out with coaches and players. Many are hoping those good vibes carry over into the season.
Green Bay Packers:
Exciting news that Green Bay will get the draft in 2025! I was thinking they would try and stick to more southern states but they clearly are willing to go North with Detroit and now Green Bay being the hosts of the next two. HC Matt LaFleur appears to be being honest with everything and trying to temper expectations a bit with Jordan Love taking over. This could be to help take pressure off of Love and also just be the flat out truth that with any young quarterback it is going to take some time.
Houston Texans:
I am not surprised about DeMeco Ryans hesitancy about pursuing Jadeveon Clowney. First of all he just may not want to reveal his cards to others in the league about what he is thinking. The other thing is that he is one that likes for his defense to have an identity and a really good work ethic. I am not saying that Clowney can’t fit that mold but it just makes the selection process for what Ryans wants on defense that much more thorough. The other news that surprised some but something I mentioned a couple of weeks ago is that QB Davis Mills will compete with Stroud for the starting job and is viewed as a desirable QB to other teams around the league. I know his stats haven’t been the best but I am not sure any of the young quarterbacks would have done well with what the Texans organization has been the last couple years. At the end of the day CJ Stroud will end up being the team’s starter due to draft status and probably will be the more talented, better option.
Indianapolis Colts:
Overall things seems to be good for the organization. The main thing we are all waiting on is when Shaq Leonard will be able to get back out there and start practicing. It makes sense not to have him practicing now since things are optional anyways. The hype has been there for QB Anthony Richardson thus far and it appears he may be closer to starting right away than a lot of people thought.
Jacksonville Jaguars:
Not too much news out of Jacksonville other than the change at the kicker position. Things got busy and they were able to trade K Riley Patterson to the Lions rather than release like the reports had said prior. Then they went out and got a proven veteran in K Brandon McManus who had just been released from the Broncos squad. This team is going to be interesting this year and will go as far QB Trevor Lawrence can take them. Does not hurt to have the veteran kicker for the big moments that could be coming for this organization.
Kansas City Chiefs:
HC Andy Reid who normally is pretty quiet and doesn’t get too involved was in front of the media a lot this week it felt like. First, he is not a fan of the new kickoff rule and it appears most coaches are not. Second, he talked about how the team will not be using a FB because they are being phased out of the NFL and he feels that the TEs they have on the team can play the role when needed. Overall it seems things are going well for the Chiefs and things could be a going a lot better here soon as they appear to be a top option for WR DeAndre Hopkins and one the few teams that had trade talks before he was released.
Las Vegas Raiders:
It appears there is never a dull week with the Raiders. The news this week about Jimmy seem to add context potentially to what Davante Adams’ comments were about recently. With Tom Brady recently joining the ownership group here it makes us all wonder if the injury is not cleared up is there a way for him to un-retire once again…only time will tell.
Los Angeles Chargers:
Big news here getting the deal done with Austin Ekeler even if it still only keeps him around for 1 year. Thankfully now he should be semi-happy for that one year before he can go out and chase a big contract if he wants to.
Los Angeles Rams:
Not much news here really. Sounds like Matthew Stafford has taken Stetson Bennett under his wing and started to work with him and help him learn more about the transition to the NFL compared to college.
Miami Dolphins:
I loved seeing Tua wearing the helmet cam. I had not thought about it before but it should be great for him to be able to show McDaniel exactly what he is/was seeing out on the field to add context and allow McDaniel to better coach him and understand what is going on. I think this should be something all quarterbacks do and especially the top ones because it could gives coaches that much more information and a better understanding of how to help young quarterbacks in the future.
Minnesota Vikings:
All signs appear to be pointing towards RB Dalvin Cook getting released. In other news it will be good for the defense to develop the aggressive mindset that Brian Flores wants and should bring in the attitude from Miami that wad established during his time there that was so effective and led to them winning games.
New England Patriots:
The Patriots seems to always be up to something. It sounds like they were penalized the 2 days of OTAs and fined because of a meeting that Joe Judge held that lasted more than the permitted amount of time. Other tough news came when Raekwon McMillan got injured.
New Orleans Saints:
What a story. TE Foster Moreau finds out he has cancer in a physical with the team a couple months and gets ahead of things and is now practicing with them at OTAs. Interesting story here about former HC Jon Gruden working with the team because during his time with the Raiders many said that he and Carr did not get along. This team has a big opportunity to take over the NFC South and is probably the bet setup to do it with the team they have.
New York Giants:
It seems that everything is going great except the Saquon Barkley situation. There isn’t much new insight into it either after HC Daboll refused to speak on anything contract related. In good news it seems like TE Darren Waller is really enjoying being with the team and working with QB Daniel Jones. This is a team to me that is going to play inspired football like they did last year no matter what is going on because their HC.
New York Jets:
I imagine Jets fans held their breath when they saw Aaron Rodgers get injured as well as Allen Lazard. The good news is that those are not going to be issues in the long run. However, it reminded us all that QB Aaron Rodgers is not a young guy anymore and there is always the possibility that he like any other player in the NFL can get hurt. Hopefully the deal with Quinnen Williams can get done sooner rather than later. I am looking forward to the joint practices with the Bucs because they have a solid defense and it will be fun to hear how they fare in the early phases of implementing a lot of things from both Nathaniel Hackett and Aaron Rodgers.
Philadelphia Eagles:
Jordan Davis is going to be a key piece for the team this year in my opinion so it is great to hear he has made major strides. He is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to his sheer size and the more he can be weaponized the better.
Pittsburgh Steelers:
Great move to get Markus Golden. He can be dangerous in this defense and is only one season removed from a double digit sack year. Also, good to see that Robinson and Pickett appear to be getting along. I am curious to see who shakes out to be the #1 receiver on this team but have a feeling it will end up being Pickens because of how good he was last year and the chemistry he and Pickett already have. A QB likes it when his receiver makes life easier and bails him out. Pickens has already done that on multiple occasions for him.
San Francisco 49ers:
It is official the 49ers will host the 2026 Super Bowl! After speculations and rumors it finally became official this past week. Also, there was a lot of good QB news this week with all 3 of the QBs on the roster. Sounds like Brock Purdy is healing properly and as expected, Trey Lance is looking really good in OTAs along with Sam Darnold. Once again this offseason no one is sure who will be starting for the team come week 1.
Seattle Seahawks:
Good news for Seahawks fan that Tariq Woolen will be back around training camp time after his procedure. Other than that there was not much news here. They got a solid rotational/depth player in Artie Burns though.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
Great to see that Tampa has joint practices with the Jets. They have a tough defense and it will be good for Baker and the offense to get some work against that defense early on. The Bucs have some great weapons on the offensive side of the ball to really compete with those top defenses and if they can all stay healthy this team could be a dark horse team to watch. Overall this should be a good all around team.
Tennessee Titans:
Interesting to see that S Kevin Byard was not at OTAs after earlier this offseason it was rumored he was asked to take a pay cut. Definitely a situation to watch. The main news that came from OTAs is that QB Will Levis appears to be looking good and some folks think he could be putting pressure on Tannehill early on and moving himself up the depth chart.
Washington Commanders:
Feels like a lot happened with the Commanders. First off, I think QB Sam Howell is in a great spot to learn and develop this year with mentors like Jacoby Brissett and then his OC Eric Bieniemy. They will hold him accountable like has already been happening and help bring out the best in him. Now it definitely is an organization surrounded by distractions. First off the trademark application for the team’s name was denied and they hope to get something figured out but could lead to another name change. Also, the team is still working through the Josh Harris bid and there need to be some adjustments in order for it to get accepted by the other NFL Owners and the league. These distractions even though they may not always be good for the team they probably do help a young quarterback because he is not the only thing to talk about at this point in the offseason.
Miscellaneous/Other NFL News:

Restaurant of the Week: (Washington D.C. - TACOS 5 DE MAYO)
Don’t really have a great picture of this place but that may be a good thing. Often times I find that the places least advertised and that are holes in the wall is typically where you get the best Mexican food. This place is about a 10 minute drive from the stadium and probably closer to 15-20 minutes on game days depending on the time you go. Personally I recommend the Tacos Al Pastor. Those are basically a marinated pork taco that is slightly spicy with some sweet pineapple flavor in it. You cannot go wrong with Tacos Al Pastor and are by far my favorite. The other thing to keep an eye on is the Pupusas. While Pupusas are from El Salvador this place actually does a pretty dang good job of making them. For those that don’t know what Pupusas are they kind of resemble a stuffed pancake but are made of corn in most cases stuffed with either just cheese, cheese and beans, or cheese and pork. My order here would be 3 tacos al pastor and a cheese and bean pupusa. Enjoy!
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2023.05.29 13:47 Neyinoo 1.12 + Bateman for McLaurin?

1.12 + Bateman for McLaurin?
Hi, we are in our Rookie Draft and I got offered McLaurin for the 1.12 + Bateman.
What would you say?
I mean, Jackson got his contract, the Ravens say that they want to pass more, OBJ and Flowers may keep some defenders on them and can make room for Bateman? But he had some injuries. Terry is good, no question, but has a wild card QB and is almost 28 years old.
I have attached my team. As you can see I managed to get the picks 1.12 - 2.04
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2023.05.28 14:25 JosephB2002 the Simpsons in the 2008 Presidential election following the events of the Simpsons Movie

the Simpsons in the 2008 Presidential election following the events of the Simpsons Movie

In a dramatic turn of events, the 2008 United States Presidential Election concluded yesterday with a surprising upset, as Homer Simpson's campaign, once considered a strong contender, crumbled under the weight of a scandalous remark. Ned Flanders, the Republican candidate, seized the opportunity and clinched a resounding victory, capturing a staggering 532 electoral votes. Flanders' running mate, Seymour Skinner, Principal of Springfield Elementary, will assume the position of Vice President-elect.
The election cycle had been filled with anticipation, as early polls showed Homer Simpson, the Democratic candidate, with a comfortable lead over his opponents. Many political pundits predicted that the iconic Simpson patriarch would ride the wave of his popularity to a historic victory. However, a single ill-advised comment made back in 2007 proved to be his downfall.
In a moment of apparent frustration, Homer Simpson had declared, "We are going to have a great life here in Alaska, and we're never going back to America again." While initially dismissed as an offhand remark, it soon became a lightning rod for controversy, sparking a nationwide backlash. Voters across the country perceived it as a betrayal of the values and aspirations they held dear.
As the scandal unfolded, Homer Simpson's campaign faced an uphill battle to regain the trust of the American people. Despite desperate attempts at damage control, the damage was irreversible. The once-promising candidate's support dwindled rapidly, and his electoral chances evaporated, leaving him with just three electoral votes from his home state of Alaska.
Ned Flanders, a devout Christian and neighbour of the Simpsons, stepped into the void left by Homer's self-inflicted wounds. Flanders, representing the Republican Party, capitalized on the public's dissatisfaction and delivered a message of stability, traditional values, and a return to American ideals. His earnestness, combined with the scandal surrounding his opponent, resonated strongly with voters nationwide.
With Seymour Skinner as his running mate, Flanders built a formidable ticket that appealed to a broad range of Americans. Skinner's background as a respected educator and administrator bolstered their campaign, promising a focus on education reform and moral values within the nation's schools.
As the results rolled in on election night, it became evident that Ned Flanders had achieved a stunning victory. Not only did he secure crucial swing states, but he also managed to flip several traditionally blue states, leaving the Democratic Party in shock. The electoral map was awash with red, signalling a seismic shift in American politics.
Flanders' triumph signifies a departure from the unconventional nature of recent presidential campaigns. It highlights the importance of character, integrity, and a candidate's ability to connect with voters on a personal level. The 2008 election will undoubtedly go down in history as a watershed moment, forever altering the political landscape.
As Ned Flanders and Seymour Skinner prepare to take office, the nation eagerly awaits the new administration's policies and initiatives. With the promise of stability and a return to traditional values, Flanders aims to bridge the divides and guide the United States towards a brighter future. The question now remains: will he deliver on his promises and fulfil the hopes and dreams of millions of Americans? Only time will tell.
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2023.05.26 22:09 RealLifeWikipedia Found in Montgomery, AL

Found in Montgomery, AL
My granny spotted these two in her backyard. I don’t live in the area and don’t know the snakes. Should she call someone to remove them?
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2023.05.25 18:09 WCWpreHogan WCW Completely Retold Chapter 22: Caution Dangerously Ahead

WCW Completely Retold Chapter 22: Caution Dangerously Ahead
Roster as of July 15th
  • Brad Armstrong
  • Paul Orndorff
  • Barry Windham
  • Arn Anderson
  • One Man Gang -Lex Luger -Sting -Bobby Eaton -Tom Zenk -Sid Vicious -Cactus Jack -Brian Pillman -Nikita Koloff -Kevin Sullivan -Tommy Rich
  • Terry Taylor -El Gigante -Big Van Vader
  • Kevin Nash -Dustin Rhodes
  • Larry Zbyszko -Marc Mero -Matt Borne -'Diamond Stud' Scott Hall
  • Ron Simmons
  • Mr. Hughes
  • Steve Austin
  • Diamond Dallas Page
Tag Teams
-The Fabulous Freebirds Michael Hayes and Jimmy Garvin
-The Steiner Brothers Rick and Scott
-The State Patrol Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker and Lt. James Earl Wright
  • The Young Pistols Tracy Smothers Steve Armstrong
  • The Hardliners Dick Slater and Dick Murdoch
  • Primetime Curtis Thompson and Todd Champion
Managers -Woman -Harley Race -Alexandra York
WCW World Heavyweight Champion Sid Vicious
WCW United States Heavyweight Champion Lex Luger
WCW Unified World Tag Team Champions The Steiner Brothers
WCW World Television Champion Bobby Eaton
WCW News July 15th to September 5th
Butch Reed, Al Perez and Junkyard Dog are all gone
WCW has signed ongtime journeymen Todd Champion and Curtis Thompson. Both men have dropped their mustaches and they will team as Primetime.
Bill.Kazmier and Van Hammer both had tryouts but nothing was there.
Tully Blanchard has signed a short deal.
Great American Bash draw the biggest PPV in WCW history with 430,000 but it still fell short of the 440,000 which Royal Rumble 1991 draw, making it the biggest PPV so far in 1991. Both numbers far from Wrestlemania V's 767,000 buys.
The recent scandals for the WWF have hurt their popularity more and it appears WCW are gaining ground due to a hot product.
WCW TV July 15th to September 5th
'The Diamond Stud' Scott Hall defeated Sting by Countout in a match to determine the number one contender for the WCW World Heavyweight Title at Clash of the Chsmpions: Fall Brawl. Sting was attacked by Steve Austin at ringside which caused the finish.
The next week in a tag team match 'The Diamond Stud' Scott Hall and 'Big Money' Kevin Nash defeated Sid Vicious and Lex Luger when Nash nailed Luger with a roll of quarters for the pinfall. This was a najor upset and Nash is now in line for a WCW U.S Title match again at Fall Brawl.
Sting cost Steve Austin a match against Marc Mero when he distracted Austin.and Mero rolled him up. Sting then attacked Austin and put him in the Scorpian Deathlock. The security team hit the ring but no one could get Stinger to release the hold until Lex Luger hit the ring and talked him down.
Austin cut a promo on Windham the following week and asked him where is was when Sting was pulling his damn legs off. Windham said he wasn't even in the building at the time. Both men still appear on the same page.
Windham has his own issues now with former Horsemen partner Arn Anserson who told Windham they have a score to settle since Windham beat his skull in when the Horsemen split months previous.
Windham attacked Anderson but Dustin Rhodes came out for the save. The following week Windham issued a challenge for a tag team match at Fall Brawl Anderson and Rhodes Vs. Windham and..... Windham introduced Tully Blanchard. Blanchard says " Anderson we rode up and down the roads, we were friends, were were kin, we were Horsemen. Then politics screwed my career and I never heard from you ever again. This man Barry Windham has been in my side through personal problems, Money problems, he's been a friend. Where were you? Tagging along with Flair and cashing your pay cheques, that's where." After a pause Tully continues "Now I see Dusty's kid is hanging on your coat tails. What happened Arn, after all we went through with that fat ol' bastard and now you are cozying up to his kid, Uncle Arn hey?" Big heat "At Fall Brawl, At The Clash, myself and Barry Windham are gonna show you who were the real main event players in the Four Horsemen".
'Maniac' Matt Borne has been playing mind games with El Gigante leading into their match a Fall Brawl.
After an enhancement match One.Man Gang and Kevin Sullivan attacked Ron Simmons.
Clash of the Champions Fall Brawl September 5th Garrett Coliseum Montgomery, Alabama 12,500 Sold Out TV Rating 7.1
WCW Unified World Tag Team Champions The Steiner Brothers defeated New Japan's Hiroshi Hase and Kensuke Sasaki for the IWGP World Tag Team Champions. Scott pinned Hase following a Frankensteiner at 14 mins 21 secs.
Big Van Vader with Harley Race pinned Marc Mero with a Vader Bomb atv5 mins 22 secs.
Ron Simmons pinned One Man Gang after a Diving shoulder block from the middle rope at 5 mins 21.secs.
Paul Orndorff pinned Bobby Eaton for The WCW World Television Title at 9 mins 21 secs after Bobby missed the Alabama Jam that led to The Piledriver for the finish.
Prime (Curtis Thompson and Todd Champion) defeated The Hardliners at 7 muns 22 secs when Champion pinned Dick.Slater after a spinning back elbow.
Larry Zbyszko defeated Brad Armstrong at 8 mins 21 secs with the Larryland Dreamer.
Sting defeated Steve Austin at 16 mins 11 secs after hitting a top rope crossbody for the pin.
WCW U.S Heavyweight Champion Lex Luger defeated 'Big Money' Kevin Nash by Submission at 10 mins 32secs when he locked him in the Human Torture Rack.
Arn Anderson and Dustin Rhodes defeated Tully Blanchard and Barry Windham at 18 mins 27 secs. During the match Dusty Rhodes came to ringside. The match broke down into a four way brawl at the end. As Anderson and Windham brawled on the floor, Blanchard was clotheslined by Dustin out onto the entrance ramp. Blanchard exchanged words with Dusty then spat in his face, Dusty retaliated with a bionic elbow sending Tully over the top back into the ring. There Dustin hit Tully with a running Bulldog for the 1-2-3.
"The Maniac' Matt Borne defeated El Gigante in 4 mins 21 secs. Gigante had Borne in The Claw while Borne was on the apron, the ref stepped in the get the big man to release the hold. Gigante shrugged the ref off and in that moment of distraction Borne throw a fireball in Gigante's face. Borne quickly got in the ring and schoolboyed Gigante for the win.
WCW World Heavyweight Champion Sid Vicious defended his title against 'The Diamond Stud' Scott Hall. Vicious started strong and shone strong for the first few minutes. A trip from DDP changed all that. Hall put a massive beatdown on Vicious. Jim Ross pointed out " Everyone is very aware of the power and size of Sid Vicious but Hall is also a massive individual" Hall set Sid up for a Diamond Death Drop and Sid responded with a back bodydrop to start his comeback. At the conclusion Sid had Hall by the throat for a Chokeslam, DDP entered the ring to interfere but Sid grabbed him too and Chokeslammed them both. The referee rolled Page out of the ring and Vicious Powerbombed Hall for the One-Two-Three at 16 nins 23 secs. As Sid celebrated Paul E. Dangerously got up from the commentary position and got into the ring. Jim Ross said "What is that jackass doing?"
Paul E got the microphone "Mr. Vicious if you would just give me a moment of your time" Sid looked at Sid in confusion. "Mr. Vicious the past 7 months you have run through just about every threat to that title this company has to offer. You have been astonishing" Sid nods "You have defeated Vader, Sting, Ric Flair, 'The Diamond Studd' Scott Hall and the list goes on. So where to next Champ? Who here is left to truly challenge Big Sid Vicious? Nobody!" Paul E. Continues "Maybe it's time to just hang it Sid? 30 years old and you have conquered WCW. Maybe it's time to find new places to conquer Mr. Vicious? Or maybe it's time for the myth you have become to have the light of day shone on it." Vicious looks more intense "Maybe it's time for people to see that you are not 'The Man', that you are just 'A Man'. Vicious says off mic "You Paul" "Maybe it's time to reset the power structure around here, maybe it's time a new Alpha ruled over the pack" Sid again off mic says "I'm the man Paulie" Paul continued "Mr. Vicious I have looked all over to find 'The Man' who would be 'The Man" Paul E now leaves the ring and walks up the aisle "Let me introduce to you and the whole world, The Man who was born to be 'The Man'. The alpha everywhere he goes, The man who was born to be King accompanied by Madusa, the next WCW World Heavyweight Champion 'Ravishing' Rick Rude. Rick Rude in a suit and tie comes out on the stage area with Madusa wearing evening dress. Paul kisses Madusa's cheek and shakes Rude's hand. Sid Vicious smiles "Come on Rude" And gestures him to get in the ring. Rude just stares at Vicious then he Dangerously and Madusa leave. The camera is on the World Champion as the show comes to an end.
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